June 28, 2013

Loveland’s Numerica will move to Fort Collins

FORT COLLINS – Numerica Corp., a Loveland software technology company, plans to move to Fort Collins next May as part of an expansion.

Numerica, which has spent the last six years in a 13,500-square-foot building in Loveland’s Centerra, will move into a building it’s constructing at Harmony Technology Park by June 1, 2014 after its current lease ends in May.

The new building, developed by MAVDevelopment in Ann Arbor, Mich., will total at least 17,000 square feet.

“We’ve grown out of our space here,” Numerica President Jeff Poore said. “The opportunity at Harmony Tech Park was just the right move for us right now.”

Numerica has announced several million dollars in government contracts as well as new hires in the past two years. The company has worked with the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA and commercial customers on areas that include missile defense, intelligence and surveillance, cyber security and unmanned aircraft systems. Established in 1996, Numerica employs 50 people.

The city of Loveland tried to keep Numerica by offering incentives, said Mayor Cecil Gutierrez, though he declined to share details.

“We worked pretty hard for quite a while to try to keep Numerica in Loveland,” Gutierrez said. “We always hate to see any company move out of Loveland, but… the good news is we were able to keep them in Northern Colorado.”

Poore said that the company looked at multiple spaces near Interstate 25 between Loveland and Fort Collins.

“This just turned out to be the best one at the end of the day for us,” he said. “There are lots of great places to be as a company between Loveland and Fort Collins.”

Josh Birks, the city of Fort Collins’ Economic Health director, said the city did not provide incentives to Numerica.


FORT COLLINS – Numerica Corp., a Loveland software technology company, plans to move to Fort Collins next May as part of an expansion.

Numerica, which has spent the last six years in a 13,500-square-foot building in Loveland’s Centerra, will move into a building it’s constructing at Harmony Technology Park by June 1, 2014 after its current lease ends in May.

The new building, developed by MAVDevelopment in Ann Arbor, Mich., will total at least 17,000 square feet.

“We’ve grown out of our space here,” Numerica President Jeff Poore said. “The opportunity at Harmony Tech Park was just the right move…

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